First Live Period Standouts


Posted On: 05/1/18 12:22 PM

The first of two live periods has come and gone. Here is a look at some players who’s recruitment has picked up and some players who are right on the verge of some big offers coming their way.

Oscar Tshiebwe (ITPS)-

Broad shouldered big man; great body; strong hands; strong; physical; large base; can finish at the rim; big-time rebounder who can run the floor; hard to stop when he gets the ball in the paint; plays hard with high motor;

Omarion Jay (Team Loaded NC 2020)-

West Virginia coach Bob Huggins talks with Kennedy Catholic’s (Pa.) Oscar Tshiebwe


6’8, 235 lbs; long; strong; physically imposing; can run the floor and handle the ball on the break; soft touch around the rim; good footwork; soft hands when rebounding and catching the ball; great skill set for age and mobile;

CJ “Calvin” Felder (Upward Stars SE)-

Was really good at Adidas; so much athleticism; strong upper body; high vertical; lean and strong; an athletic specimen. College ready body. Extremely strong and physical 3/4 man who can dunk anything but also great feel; quick first-step; ability to score in a variety of ways; athletically is ready for any conference in America.

Kaleb Scott (Garner Road West 2020)-

Big shouldered shooter; nice frame; defender; does a good job of reading defense and knowing where the mismatch is; can post up smaller guys or his own size with his strength; can finish with either hand; brings rough and tough to the lineup, with his length and physical play when he is on the floor he scores in the paint at a very high rate.

Caleb Mills (PSB Elite)-

Had a strong showing this weekend; showed ability to be a mid-major+ level prospect on the borderline of high-major. He showed ability to make shots from all levels; so fluid when handling ball in transition; high basketball IQ; can attack off the dribble and finish; moves well without the ball; skilled; above average passer, academic.

Caleb Mills

Jamir Chaplin (Stackhouse Elite)-

Athletic, makes smart plays, high basketball IQ. Strong use of shot fake to get his points. Smooth, old school player that gets it done. Does not make mistakes; do-it-all player; non-stop motor; plays really hard all game;

Damian Dunn (Stackhouse Elite)-

Versatile; would have liked to seen him make a few more shots; athletic build; great size; rebounds well; has a thick build; brother played at Pepperdine; started to make some mid-range jumpers on Sunday at Adidas; can defend multiple positions; state champion 2x at Kinston;